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Paper proposals

 No. Name   Affiliation Title   Abstract
 1. Kari Alenius  University of Oulu  Finnish efforts to promote cultural relations with Romania during the Second World War   01. Alenius.pdf
 2. Costel Coroban  Valahia University & Ovidius University   Peace and Conflict in Skaldic Poems: Imagery, Historicity and Narrative  02. Coroban.pdf
 3.  Tor Einar Sather and Anne Thomassen  Trondheim  Narratives as a cultural entrance  03. Tor Einar Saether and Anne Thomassen.pdf
 4.  Mihaela Mehedinti-Beiean “Babeº-Bolyai” University, Cluj-Napoca   Peace or conflict? Past cultural relations between the Nordic countries, Russia and the Romanian area (17th – 19th centuries)  04. Mehedinti.pdf
 5.  Adél Furu “Babeº-Bolyai” University, Cluj-Napoca    Peace Through Cultural Interaction  05. Furu.pdf
 6.  Roxana Dreve “Babeº-Bolyai” University, Cluj-Napoca   Sunne - Göran Tunström’s land of peace and beauty  06. Dreve.pdf
 7.  Costin-Valentin Oancea University of Bucharest   Language variation in a speech community on the Black Sea Coast 07. Oancea.pdf  
 8.  Mihaela-Cristina Lazar Ovidius University of Constanta   Between Equality and Difference: The Evolution of Nordic Feminism  08. Lazar.pdf
 9.  Nicoleta Olteanu University of Bucharest    How did 22/7 shape the political rhetoric on immigration and integration in Norway?  09. Olteanu.pdf
 10.  Alexandra Popescu Ovidius University of Constanta   Negotiating peace:  Robin Hood in popular culture  10. Popescu.pdf
 11.  Kathleen Easlick  The University of Manchester  Literary and Cultural Exchange: Translation trends in the Nordic and Baltic countries  11. Easlick.pdf
 12.  Nerijus Babinskas  University of Vilnius  Transnational history as peace sustaining factor: an approach of historical regionalism  12. Babinskas.pdf
 13.  Michael North  Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universität Greifswald  Reconceptualizing Sea Regions 13. North.pdf  
 14.  Diana Latug  “Babeº-Bolyai” University, Cluj-Napoca   Knut Hamsun’s International Reception  14. Latug.pdf
 15.  Raluca-Daniela Radut  “Babeº-Bolyai” University, Cluj-Napoca    The Renewal of the Norwegian Literature. Jan Erik Vold and the Concept of Concrete Poetry  15. Radut.pdf
 16.  Mihaela Ivanescu  Ovidius University of Constanta  Political representation of the Romanian women in the national and European Parliament. How big is the gender gap?  16. Ivanescu.pdf
 17.  Alina Pascu  Ovidius University of Constanta  Post-Holocaust reconstructed identities in Jonathan Safran Foer’s Everything is Illuminated  17. Pascu.pdf
 18.  Tatiana Dragutan  Maastricht School of Management, Romania  Organizational Culture Issues in Romanian Companies with Management from Post-soviet Area  18. Dragutan.pdf
 19.  Meri Herrala  University of Helsinki    19. Herrala.pdf
 20.  Monica Manolachi  University of Bucharest   Old and New Values in Contemporary Finnish Novel  20. Manolachi.pdf
 21.  Silviu Miloiu  Valahia University and ARSBN  The Nordic Way: Romanian endeavours to peace during the WWII  
 22.  Marko Lehti  University of Tampere and University of Turku  History conflicts and conflicting histories: looking for dialogic peace process
 
 23.  Mioara Anton  Nicolae Iorga Institute of History of the Romanian Academy  Romanians near Romania. Cultural politics and international realities. 1941-1944  
 24.  Adrian Vitalaru  Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iaºi  Romanian diplomats in the Scandinavian countries (1918-1948)  
 25.  Crina Leon  Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iaºi  Knut Hamsun and His Cultural Refuge in Germany  25. Leon.pdf
 26.  Bogdan-Alexandru Schipor  A.D. Xenopol Institute of History of the Romanian Academy  Turkey – A Diplomatic Scenario for Europe’s Peace in 1939  26. Schipor.pdf
 27. Virginija Cijunskiene   Lithuanian State History Archives    
 28.  Kristina Stanisauske  Kaunas County Archives    
 29.  Gintaras Druckus  Kaunas County Archives    
 30.  Leonidas Donskis  Kaunas    
 31.  Okechukwu Lawrence Emeagwali  The American University, Cyprus  Influence of Nordic Culture on Observable Patterns of Competitive Interaction among Nordic Companies: A Critical Literature Review  31. Emeagwali.ro.pdf
 32.  Elena Dragomir  Valahia University  Towards a new world order. The creation of the CMEA – Romania’s involvement  32. Dragomir.pdf
 33.  Mircea-Cristian Ghenghea  Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iaºi  About Pan-Scandinavianism. Reference Points in the 19th Century (1815-1864)  33. Ghenghea.pdf

Panel proposals

 Analyzing the Contemporary Energy Security Dynamics in Europe’s Three Regions: Nordic, Baltic and Black Sea Regions  Energy panel.pdf

 

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Seventh annual international conference on Baltic and Nordic Studies in Romania. Good governance in Romania and the Nordic and Baltic countries

Nicolae Iorga Institute of History of the Romanian Academy, Romania
November 24-25, 2016

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Vol. 7, issue 2 of The Romanian Journal of Baltic and Nordic Studies has been published online. Please, access it free of charge here


10.03.2016

INTENSIVE LITHUANIAN LANGUAGE SUMMER COURSE
Starting: in groups: from 1st to 13th of August. Individually courses are held all summer.
Duration of the course: The Course runs for 4-6 academic hours per day, with Language practice for 44 hours and Lithuanian history, literature and ethnology for 6 hours.
Languages of instruction: English, Russian, French, Italian, Lithuanian.
Place: in the center of Vilnius – Gediminas ave. 26.
Certification: students will receive a Lithuanian language Summer Course Certificate.
Separate groups for beginner, intermediate, and advanced students are planned.
During the courses various cultural program are planned: excursions in Lithuania, degustation of traditional Lithuanian dishes, ethno cultural events, visiting some museums, creative workshops with famous Lithuanian artists.
More information: http://lingualit.lt/…/lithuani…/intensyvus-vasaros-kursai-1/
LITHUANIAN LANGUAGE SUMMER COURSE FOR CHILDREN
Time: 1-12 of August, in groups. All summer indivual courses takes place.
Starting: in group on August 1-12. Individual courses are held all summer.
Duration: 20 acad. hours (10 days, 2 acad. hours per day).
Explaining languages: English, Russian, Lithuanian.
Place: Gediminas ave. 26, Vilnius.
Certificate: at the end of the course every participant will get the LINGUA LITUANICA certificate.
Classes take place in small groups.
On Saturdays it is possible to go to excursions with parents.
More information: http://lingualit.lt/…/lithuanian-language…/kursai-vaikams-1/
Registration to the courses: you can register to the courses by the internet, email: info@lingualit.lt or directly coming to the institute Gediminas ave. 26, Vilnius.

7 octombrie 2015

A aparut Norsk-Rumensk ordbok. Dictionar norvegian-roman, vol. 1, autori Arno Halvorsen si Crina Leon. Acesta poate fi consultat la biblioteca online a Asociatiei Romane pentru Studii Baltice si Nordice.

Dictionar norvegian roman vol 1